Music Science and Technology Major

Additional Information on the Department of Music

The Music Science and Technology Program is a multidisciplinary program exploring intersections between music, engineering, sciences as well as other disciplines for the creation, perception, and study of music and sound. The curriculum is structured around a program of study that reflects the essential components of music, science, and engineering. Students are encouraged to foster creativity through innovative technical research, composition exploring diverse media, performance practices, collaboration with other departments, and critical writing via interaction with faculty members and peers throughout the campus.

Our objectives include the development of various innovative approaches to the scientific and artistic study of music media, the undertaking of multidisciplinary research relevant to the creation and the perception of music and the effort to foster an environment conducive to the development of an interdisciplinary culture between musicians and scientists. Upon the completion of the curriculum students would be able to undertake research in areas as such as:

For information contact Professor Tae Hong Park: park@tulane.edu


Freshman Year

Fall Semester (18 credits)

Spring Semester (17 credits)

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester (19 credits)

Spring Semester (16 credits)

Junior Year

Fall Semester (17 credits)

Spring Semester (16 credits)

Senior Year

Fall Semester (15 credits)

Spring Semester (15 credits)

Total: 136 Credits